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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - February 20, 1802, Dublin, Dublin GENERAL To the FREEMEN and FREEHOLDERS of the CITY of TERMIT me to return my warmcfl Thanks fur the yon nave already conferred on me in imanimoiifly me your Reprefcntative in Par and at the fame time myfelf M a in the humble trope it and my attention to your ft with ybw I rin be hundred with 1 fliall my gratitude ly nftricT attention to the Inttrcfl of your great Commercial City in that ot ifw Country in honor to JteV Gehttemea d fattHfol Hcrvanty CYBERlvStORbr totb FREEMElf JheCltlY nf IiVment wavWrifirifetW ifo me in very i have htthtysn Jmft with and I hope to the fttijfXUohof roy andxlam now detained pcrturmancoof the I the honor of the in Parliament to and your the fitustion in witwh mej lafl Election has my K and kind hourly o numerous Border to avail Jjimfeif of the Support he he bat opened an OiHre which he requqfU that oaof and To the ELKC COHS ot the COUNTY of DOWR A of great and in theenfifiiig Parlfa havingfbtady commenced on the part of Lord proper and hecenary to aflure VlifcflOtfSE OF u e t w arid moftanxiotfi arc en illuftriaui arid incompa rable FRIENP YOUR ybn you will not precipitately enter into anytiigigcnientt tndt may Jnterfcre with the intentibff of her who will fo linmtttibtf falltf YOUR 00 Y ANB and FREEHOLDERS rwmote ParBimieitti M hvte to tlie utmoft of my abi placed J all ever Mwivr AtteAtidn to the tranquilly myfelf your on trie nVrt Tbeloiigtimcmy cVcrfobclnmentcd life loftrnticfcnct of your ami ljnietpniajte jttuVadtbitfaj your the accruing to and to tKe Ctiunftv AnH ajid embracrngp tirgta nic n nr ffikm your intereft yHjE report and rht ftitteringilipport wliicifmy 1nmily on former occalVops hav nict entourages ti f lic ttf on the lird meet wihlyjw v i i appcarlii the public me HmUw r l V 1S J I 1 i I y GENERAL To Hie and of the r have Recurred induce me to 1 entertained of becoming jot fluif on enfuing n t3fcclingitlk nibft ardent Wift to fee that Situation filled by one of and cn Supflon 1 i received during my and exceeded my moft fanguine beg leitve SOW to your ProteSton honour to To the CLEtifciY and FREE i detuned to uaijdft Cunui date foe your County on tiie enfuii of the S to promott and improvejthC Ad natjve and attached to thr County Carlow in particular by every feeling ttirt can aiftuatfthe me W 11 cnnGdencc that fluiuld become of choice liliiill yolir by watchful regard to your tpjthe Trult whicu you I have to bt Gentleme the qAvffi talte the To the the of having appeared in the piblic that bai re linquiflled Jiis to Rcprcfentattotto your wheVeby many are vertent a Cart WetHrnk it jncurntbt thcJaft the Pirliamerit of moft iriomtniouj thai giiMcd which correlpoiJdcd ofc Holding an adherence to the Intercft Aitd w dependence of as our fcious that we in we look forward whh confidence tip that Sdppoirt we AT i JTb the of HlLDAREv V f i A N opportunity of exercifing yiow as K cannot nttw very jigdflt r When ft laft near Relative of M foitanateas to obtain your v that you wiU liave unbiaffcd lyr and ior dependent and bation the highcfl reward his ambition caii I haVftTte Ronor i tue GENTLEMEN OLEROV and of the equerry A1 flo lutioh i rfiameat 7 H htj to your inter and I trull I may ixprefs itwiUibut the imputation f ai I nilaiy anrfiatffcienjiouny to you in wlicn yoiidid fttetne rfUnbr to elicit meli I ndcbwd your tinJ to in I for the fituatioio imp I me if ihii GtatraJ Hiavc the honor to J With cvciy fentiment of Your faithful hnd obliged and Juimble i Sot j favour not jConftantly rcucllng even in tHemoft pe and habitj of intimacywith you all 4 anw and dircdUtig all nly ixIHons to tic Welfare of my ii rtOtJSE Tut SrvABca Wi on account of thi tlie Ho ne anew ep vatc in a red to be iflued of room of the Rirfit lirdClif drri now Lord catted iifp to the Houfe of A new for of jonn tion frmn birtrfcarfl imRKtotao f CHANCFJULOR of th EXCHEQOER fully aware the ia the er giiqat the Member that the Pctitioq of the be referred to JRibAN the Tat on Paper was firft oppftd Iff a verified nVanyof Itoevil crinfequcnceihe liatf aa was Vntftfld but to 4vcry clad of perfoat connected with and if not prove thbni Jt waV Printer andthe1 Wwfamcehi one of the COnlkquencekof it conflderajije isient in Paris ao of already published other valuable and fo AiSt J The CHANCELLOR of the a 7 wer Of with whuch this fuppfo Ilie into the hands of CHAtfCELfaOR ofthe atid faid that a vary finalHWe indeed oTthe injury fuf the bookfeUenJA their prefeitt from the the principal injury rofe from MtaUy dife fcrent The was Vti t prated WltJws vviiwif direflions with confidence on the zed and faith I intake1 tfit fame into tnelr early ration and to idopt ftichineafurcl appear GHANCELLORrof die EXCHEQUER moved that the fame be VefcrWdto lit and on Wednefday move for the nf a he had op of taea it related tooirtafn comment Wtifrli ha after the tion i excde mu Two new Members v Read the fecond time the Wet Dock and referred to a fpecial JSir RICHARD a Petition from the Gaol of pravine thf Sir VOUNOE presented a petition from furtker thtale to Peri tionfrom the poard of Ordered lie on the JIT Gfty of London being V ance ahd petiti and pWfe thc fum nt which were they did ntf forefee would be e further advance of a temporary rtpaed fo foon certain of thT fupcrnous gnmnd they hadpurchafed flionld be Referred to a The fccdnd prayed to enable the Corporation of the City to makcertjuh purcbafM of houfca to to a fujrtfaer time for completing the and SnowhiH for widening Referredalfotoa Comtaittee gave notice that he Ihould bring forward a motion for enabling the to remove their fettlemcntatVn any other of India they fliould deem more t iln ALEXANDER m the to report The of the EXCHEQUER laid be of eipeoditurei of the of his Majefty and upticetW ftouldon tomorrow move that they i the Right gentleman whether it iikcly he have any in mike Any communication nghu of his Priiwe Of v ojf the EXOHEQiJER faid he nor didlie think it faid ihif this would make it neceflarv a to Iriowfc of tht to brins in a Biil for ereaian of a m the County of Houfe fQREIGN from Marfeilles an that three Neapolitan frigates which were at Ancona are arfived at where thedi vihon ordersolReajfTAdflfHral Qr fokl it 11 W rom St Domirtgo The L L f vUndoubtedly lelrn With bleatuVe Ibar the of revojt has not Npnhern diltria j ihe ptentations begin to very that returning to their and rrtaffacre pf the Whites in the w lo tar tram weakening Courage of the in the other j tojender i JiV y meant of guararteeinfe il might arrived kere Some letrersrnakethem to 200 Whites mtiil others fwell it to J jthat was pri inHilled into i faint wiflied t whicbate confined iri te the nity to hall not experience anVdifll gdom for w ij We have reefiysi laid Jbejlore Intention to the i the wifh difpatches rrbm si I With CjlfDI Letters ffom are making by t ent commercial Our private letters from the ty Dutch mention a rumout prevalent tlfat the Definifive Treaty willriot be We khovV not upon what authority the rumour This morning a Datch Mail arrived fo with Letters and Papers from Amflerdam of tht and Ronerdam and Leyden6fthe The Anii it or rib very great in ivill be found the ftead ot the Patch v So preffing are the exigencies of the that me Dutch Government within thsfe of now at Bara to the merchants of The purchafe money amounts to three millions of third rouble paid and the laft on the return ol the Qn Friday rvening arrived at the from wiih rice and latt from in fix weeks and four On day of the dny veOrlfailed frotrvSt the Mary Eaft Jndiaiuan failed thence for and the Sir John Bolafe Warren Jailed the fame day with tht Suffolk for The Public will be gratified to hear that the Grand Seignior has gold medals to presented to the Officer employed in as a tefiimonv lie eilterKjins of y their galant and The fuHow ing Order on the fion by the Officer cnrrtmandtnit the aSth llegi rijent at WincheRer LicuunratColonel hai the happtotft inform the that he hatthir reecived from Gen through the CoBunaniMig Qfficef of thc a Gold Medal for each prcfent with the on landing in The Me dal is a prcftnt from the Grand able teftimony of his and thcbixh fenfc the Porte entcrtaini of rhjs gattant and WtUiant atchievcd by the and eur brother Offi cers and in important and evermemo rable actions in LicutenanfCoIoncl Ch amber i hiving witnefled the faithful and gallant of the and Men who contributed fofcnch to rajfc the glory of the Brittfli to crown campaign againft the beft in with the brilliant cannot refrain on occafion to exprefs hii fincere hope they may long live to enjoy ihii mark of fhc brand and the applaufe and gratitude W their King and ThepHceof wheat at thw ratnet t
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